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Unable to find them listed on the Medal Roll

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Hi Andy
If you read between the lines it seems they arrive in Australia in 1880 having fought two years earlier, this gives the date as 1878 so he possibly fought in the 1877-78 kaffir wars, a large number of medals were never issued simply because the rolls were not up to date and the people could not be found, this could be the case as they were in Australia when the medals were issued.
I think in the Victorian/Edwardian era there was not much distinction made between Zulus/Sotho/Basuto etc, so everybody seemed to fight the Zulu because these were known to the public after Isandhlwana and Rorke's Drift.
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Hi Rai

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